Kiranis is a crossover series, merging epic Space Opera-esque Science Fiction with elements of Heroic Fantasy. On the Sci-Fi side, it is heavily inspired by the Likes of Frank Herbert's Dune, Star Trek, Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica and others; while its Fantasy is drawn from the author's love of the works of David Gemmell, David Eddings, Raymond E. Feist, and J.R.R. Tolkien. Its philosophy is coloured by the author's expertise in the field of Biblical History and Religious Studies.
Kiranis charts the intervention across centuries of a god-like figure named Naveen, known as The Prophet. No one knows why, but he is manipulating the destinies of entire races. Book 1 introduces us to an Earth that doesn't belong in this Universe full of advanced alien races...and the mystery begins.
The first instalment of Kiranis, Gods of Kiranis, was published in 2012. Its successor, Pawns of The Prophet, was published in 2017. The third instalment, Secrets of The Universe, is currently in progress, and is set to blow readers' minds!
If you enjoy Star Trek but think it could be darker...if you love Star Wars but feel it needs more maturity...if you love intergalactic wars and creatures that shouldn't exist...then this is the series for you. You can read a free sample and find download links for all e-readers by clicking on the cover images on the home page. We hope you enjoy trying to figure out The Prophet's Plan.
Ronald A. Geobey was born in Dublin in 1976. Introduced to Heavy Metal, Fantasy, Sci-Fi and the effects of religion on society in his early teens, his destiny was set. An early critic of Gods of Kiranis remarked that it was heavily inspired by Star Trek: The Next Generation, but considerably darker. He was right.
The dark and often theological undertones of Kiranis also come from a critical approach to ancient religious texts acquired through Ronald's studies in Trinity College, Dublin (where he received his Doctorate); but they are always subordinated to his love of spectacle, adventure and action inspired by such greats as Frank Herbert's Dune; Star Wars; Star Trek; Battlestar Galactica and others. He also listens to Heavy Metal while he writes...
...because it's important to remember where you came from.